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Frank, G. (2007). A Response to Richard Lettierfs “The Ego Revisited”. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(4):709-711.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(4):709-711


A Response to Richard Lettierfs “The Ego Revisited” Related Papers

George Frank, Ph.D.

Lettieri (2005) maintained that a modern conflict theory needs a concept of an ego. This commentary is in response to that suggestion. Because the construct of the ego has been seriously criticized in the psychoanalytic literature, such a suggestion must first address the tenability of the criticisms before such a recommendation can be actualized. In this response to Lettieri's paper, I try to do just that.

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